by: Scott McCaulley
The speaker series presented by the Skaggs Foundation for 2019 begins on Friday with a free “Lunch and Learn Event” talking about new technology to help in detecting Prostrate Cancer.
The event speaker will be Dr. Jerry Givens, Doctor of Urology at the Branson Ferrell-Duncan Clinic who will talk about the new technology that helps with early detection of Prostate Cancer, the second most common cancer among American Men.
The Lunch and Learn event takes place Friday from 11:30-1:00 at the Grand Country Buffet on 76 Country Blvd. It is a free event but an RSVP is needed by Wednesday and can be done by calling 417-269-4636.
Click below for Scott McCaulley interview on KRZK’s Janet and Friends Program with Mindy Honey from the Skaggs Foundation about this event: